Leading affordables, commercial and residential developer Wellington has announced a new appointment to its board – highlighting the firm’s commitment to career development and progression.
A proposal that would see a former hospital turned into an exciting community, residential and business space has been unanimously approved.
Suffolk brewer Adnams has announced it is using 100pc renewable energy across its entire business.
Sector leaders say efforts must be made to ensure East Anglia’s tourism industry doesn’t lose out should Airbnb be successful in buying one of the region’s top holiday companies.
Room-sharing website Airbnb looks set to take over a 70-year-old holiday business which started in the Norfolk Broads.
Brewer and distiller Adnams says it has cut its annual carbon emissions by more than 1,000 tonnes after completing a transition to renewable energy across its entire business.
A Suffolk market town has lost its last bank branch - a decision that is ‘devastating to the town’ according to its mayor.
Six branches of Lloyds Bank and Halifax are to close across Norfolk and Suffolk as Lloyds Banking Group are set to axe almost 100 jobs in a move that unions have branded as “unnecessary”.
Construction of a new enterprise zone on the site of a factory ravaged by fire reached a key landmark this week.
Chronic skills shortages in construction and STEM subjects were addressed in the Budget with promises of funding to help training providers improve current practises and adjust to new ones.
East Anglia’s oil and gas industry could receive a “new lease of life” after the chancellor announced measures to make it easier for companies to exchange late-life assets.
A port operator which manages three East Anglian sites is planning big changes to its 2,372 acre land bank through its revamped £3.5bn property arm.
A funeral business has undergone training to enable their workers to better help customers living with dementia.
A Lowestoft academy is celebrating further success.
The outstanding individual and group achievements of businesses across Waveney were celebrated at an annual awards ceremony.
A Norfolk law firm has pledged its support for a campaign to help nine UK charities.
High street rental values in market towns across Norfolk and Suffolk have fallen dramatically over the past decade as out-of-town shopping and the internet have taken their toll.
Simon Groom and Seth James initially went into business by accident.
Two tumour patients, a disability charity and a baby project were among the good causes to benefit from an energy firm’s generosity.
A leading Lowestoft employer has partnered up with a college to offer almost a dozen new apprenticeship opportunities.
The agility and adaptability of smaller operators is underpinning a recovery of confidence in East Anglia’s oil and gas industry, say sector experts.
Southwold brewer and distiller Adnams has unveiled a new tonic water to accompany its range of award-winning gins and vodkas.
Discount retailer QD Stores is returning to Lowestoft, with the opening of a new store on the town’s Commercial Road, creating 20 new jobs.
LloydsPharmacy will close 190 stores across England due to changes in government policy, with its parent company blaming funding cuts and business rates for the move.
Colleges in Norfolk and Suffolk have mounted a multimillion pound bid to form an institute for technology to meet the demand for advanced skills.
A series of training courses to help business leaders grow their companies will be hosted by a renewable energy programme.
A virtual tour of a 140-turbine windfarm could help cut costs and increase safety by allowing personnel to look around before heading offshore.
A suit hire and retail company has been bought out of administration but stores in King’s Lynn and Lowestoft have closed.
An offshore renewable energy grant programme has awarded more than £800,000 to projects in the east in just a year.
A Lowestoft offshore specialist has landed a £3m contract with one of the UK’s biggest wind farms.
The officer leading the investigation into a rape in Lowestoft has expressed concern that the suspect could strike again.
Detectives investigating a rape in Lowestoft have released an E-fit image of a man they want to speak to in connection with the attack.
Suffolk Trading Standards has issued a warning to householders to be mindful of a group of “very aggressive individuals,” who have been attempting to sell household items in Lowestoft.
A care home has been rated good and taken out of special measures six months after being judged as inadequate by inspectors.
A rare weather phenomenon has been recorded in East Anglia.
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